Player Profile
Carson Palmer (ARI)
Low Risk (6%)
Player Overview

Palmer’s 36 and coming off a career-best season that included eye-popping efficiency metrics. The Cardinals ranked a modest 19th in pass attempts per game, he’s unlikely to see super high volume with David Johnson in the mix. Michael Floyd and John Brown look like ascending talents. Larry Fitzgerald is a decline risk, but he enjoyed a bounce-back year in 2015. Ultimately, Palmer’s unlikely to drop to the 8th or 9th round range, but he certainly projects favorably as a QB1.

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Full Injury History
Season League Injury Analysis
2016 NFL Head Palmer smacked his head on the ground when tackled, getting concussed. He didn't return to Week 4 action.
2014 NFL Shoulder Palmer bruised a nerve in his shoulder in week 1 that prevented him from being able to throw. He sat out the next few weeks
2014 NFL Knee Palmer tore his ACL in week 10 and was placed on IR
2012 NFL Rib Carson Palmer broker his rib and left the game in a match with Carolina Panthers. He later missed another game.
2008 NFL Nose Palmer took a hit on his nose and left the game. He later had to miss one more game.
2008 NFL Ankle Carson Palmer suffered a left ankle injury early on the game against Tennessee and was sidelined in the game
2008 NFL Elbow An inflamed right elbow caused him to miss one game
2008 NFL Elbow Carson Palmer tore a ligament on his elbow which caused him to miss 7 consecutive games this season.
2005 NFL Knee Palmer tore his ACL and missed the 2005 post-season